Online Mandolin Tuner

Use this free online mandolin tuner to tune your mandolin. This is for the standard GDAE mandolin tuning. For other methods on how to tune your mandolin go to our Mandolin Tuning Methods page. Mandolins have strings that are in pairs, which are tuned to exactly the same note. These pairs of strings create a cool chorus-like effect, very similar to the sound of the 12 string guitar.

ALERT Sorry, your web browser does not support Adobe Flash or does not have it installed. Most Apple products do not support Flash. Please use our HTML5 Mandolin Tuner that will work with almost all modern browsers.

How to use this tuner: Click on the note for the string you want to tune and then turn the tuning pegs on your mandolin to match it up with the note that is being played. For best results adjust the volume on your computer until it has the same volume as your mandolin.

If you want to tune your mandolin using alternate mandolin tunings, check out our new Online Mandolin Tuner which allows you to change the pitch for each string.

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Comments (9)
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Thanks. Works for me. And I didn't break any E strings. I use it for both guitar and mandolin when I can't find my clip-on tuner.

by Steve H on

I broke my e string tuning to this O_o

by MK on

is this tuned down a half step, Im fairly new to playing,, just learning some easy songs, and using my digital tuner to tune my mando, it sounds fine, unless im playing along with dylan's "Knocking on Heavens Door" (or similar) but when I tune by ear with your setup, it sounds much closer (Ive heard lots of bands tune down a halfstep live)

When I use an android app and and play your apps "G" it comes up as an F#... Thanks for any help, shine some light on this for me,, Ive been scratching my head for a couple days now... :P

by David on

thanks for an awesome site

by brian on

first i thought i would have trouble then i search it up and usually you find optional website to pick but i chose this one first cause it was first and the thing you know is that you have a tuned mandolin.

by brian on

best tuner yet

by cyril on

Innkeeper

I welcome your tuning help. The octave notes are valuable as well as the tunig notes for the 3rd s and 5ths.

Most interesting is the overtone frequencies you provide as the harmonic tunings... meaning the 'sounds' I hear when comparing octaves between strings... and the subltle stretching of the scales...I play a tenor banjos, lots of mandolins..and sometimes the ear and the tuning notes are troublesome... one would like a feedback circuit someday. But its all a compromise between sound and scales I think.

by Steve Rowan on

thanks

by johnathan on

Just what i was looking for. :)

by Orlando on
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